Box Hill lies within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The north and south facing slopes support an area of chalk downland, noted for its orchids and other rare plant species and provides a habitat for 40 species of butterfly
In addition to the beautiful countryside, you have a tarmac road which is silky smooth, a constant gradient with not a pothole to be seen. Consequently, other rare species have appeared can also be found, cycling up and down the hill on cutting edge machines made of carbon and steel. Dressed in brightly coloured, futuristic, figure hugging outfits, and that's just the guys.
Box Hill is one place they are now often found in quite large numbers. But don't pay them any mind, they are a new kind of people, an evolution of the species, and they come here to play
Location: Box Hill, Surrey UK
Art of Cycling A hot summer's day on Box Hill in late June sees all sorts riding bikes out on the Zig Zag Road. Most... View full product details
Find the Rhythm Finding the rhythm on any long climb such as the climb up Box Hill enables a bike rider to judge and monitor the... View full product details
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